Surendra K. Saxena

Affiliations: 
Material Science and Engineering Florida International University, Miami, FL, United States 
Area:
Materials Science Engineering, General Engineering, Inorganic Chemistry
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Saxena SK, Hrubiak R. (2014) Mapping the nebular condensates and the chemical composition of the terrestrial planets Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 393: 113-119
Saxena SK. (2013) Thermodynamic Databases and Phase Diagrams Informatics For Materials Science and Engineering: Data-Driven Discovery For Accelerated Experimentation and Application. 245-269
Tian C, Wu N, Liu F, et al. (2012) Four-body interaction energy for compressed solid krypton from quantum theory. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 137: 044108
Saxena SK. (2010) Thermodynamic modeling of the Earth's interior Elements. 6: 321-325
George L, Saxena SK. (2010) Structural stability of metal hydrides, alanates and borohydrides of alkali and alkali- earth elements: A review International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 35: 5454-5470
George L, Drozd V, Couvy H, et al. (2009) An extended high pressure-temperature phase diagram of NaBH4. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 131: 074505
Manoun B, Zhang F, Saxena SK, et al. (2007) On the compression behaviour of (Ti(0.5),V(0.5))(2)AlC and (Ti(0.5),Nb(0.5))(2)AlC to quasi-hydrostatic pressures above 50 GPa. Journal of Physics. Condensed Matter : An Institute of Physics Journal. 19: 246215
Ghose S, Krisch M, Oganov AR, et al. (2006) Lattice dynamics of MgO at high pressure: theory and experiment. Physical Review Letters. 96: 035507
Zhang FX, Saxena SK. (2006) Raman studies of Bi 2CuO 4 at high pressures Applied Physics Letters. 88
Zhang FX, Saxena SK. (2005) Structural changes and pressure-induced amorphization in rare earth titanates RE2Ti2O7 (RE: Gd, Sm) with pyrochlore structure Chemical Physics Letters. 413: 248-251
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